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You may not be aware that Albania has a great many beaches as it is not a popular holiday destination, but if you are a sun worshipper and love to lounge on a golden sandy beach that is being lapped by crystal clear blue waters, then the Albanian Riviera is the place for you.
Ksamil Beach is one of the most popular with tourists, with Dhermi, Borsh and Himara beaches also getting their fair share of visitors (and for good reason) so bearing that in mind, visiting in the months of July and August may mean you struggle to find a sun lounger. If you don’t mind then you will find the weather is fantastic, and the best part of it is, holidays to Albania are probably much cheaper than you would think when compared with other Mediterranean destinations.
Albanian car rental is very affordable, so take advantage of it and drive the Llogara Pass towards Saranda. The views are breath-taking, but the drive can be a little hairy at times. There are no side barriers, and crossing goats are common, and parts of the road may be crumbling or already fallen away due to natural reasons such as earthquakes. It is recommended you take this drive carefully, so you may as well take your time and enjoy the view. There are plenty of places to stop along the way to get a great photo.
The UNESCO listed historic town of Gjirokastra is a must see on your visit to Albania. The views from the castle alone make it all worthwhile, but as well as that you get to enjoy Ottoman era buildings, an abandoned US spy plane (resting in the castle grounds) which is something that is extremely rare to see. It is also the town where the former Albanian dictator Enver Hoxha was born. There is so much to see and do here, it is worth taking some time there, perhaps staying a night or two to really get the best of what the region has to offer.
Of course, we can’t talk about Albania without mentioning the great variety of food available. As well as Mediterranean, Greek and Italian you can also enjoy Turkish and Balkan cuisines. There I plenty of fresh meats and salads available and in the coastal regions you can’t not order the fish, you just know it is fresh caught that day from the taste.